Friday, May 07, 2010

Take it from Her If You Don't Believe M.E.: Reassurance from Female USNA Submarine Selectee


ANNAPOLIS, Md. — 5/5/2010 -AP - The first female U.S. Naval Academy graduates who will be able to serve as officers aboard submarines said Thursday they feel ecstatic, thankful and blessed by the chance to break one of the military's last gender barriers.


Midshipman Misty Webster, of Wesley Chapel, Fla., said she doesn't believe the close quarters will be a concern, because male and female midshipman have been working together through four years of school, where each class is about 20 percent female [color emphasis added].

Midship[wo]man Webster corroborates the rationale underlying Molten Eagle's 2009 prediction 3/16/2010 5:24 PM -
Non USNA graduates are being systematically culled from the submarine hierarchy in advance of the women's liberation movement into "one of the last bastions of of gender segregation".
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M.E.'s rationale -We can expect more non-academy COs to be relieved as only USNA-minted males assure female underlings are accomodated in a PC environment wherein the entire chain of command:
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1 - Assures all male graduates are reliably PC in bending to assist female officers' careers.
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2 - Ignores all but the most egregious female shortcomings (Capt Nowak); Benchmarking to male counterpart performance (Capt Graf); Anatomy Pregnancy at Naval Academy).
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M.E.'s prediction? 3/16/2010 5:24 PM: Non USNA graduates males are being systematically culled from the submarine hierarchy in advance of the women's liberation movement into "one of the last bastions of of gender segregation".
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Submarines are always silent and strange.


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2 Comments:

At 07 May, 2010 17:04, Blogger Subvet said...

So what'll be next, "G.I. Jane" joins the SEALS?

 
At 07 May, 2010 20:24, Blogger Vigilis said...

Very good Subvet, never even thought of it!

 

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